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The Physical Environment

The Earth’s Materials and Internal Processes

What is a dike

A dike is magma that has risen up through a crack between layers of rock. When this magma solidifies, it becomes very solid rock. If the rock around it is eroded, a dike can form great rock monoliths above the ground.



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